Volume XLII - January 31, 2020
Recently, on the Bayfront Campus, B Dorm was closed due to COVID-19 concerns. Residents were moved primarily to Pritzker Residence Hall (Z Dorm). The fitness center was also closed after a being exposed to COVID-19. There has been no announcement as to when it will be reopened.
Fine Line was an okay album.
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New College tackles COVID-19
With a total of 25 positive cases New College is working to minimize the spread of COVID-19 by using a daily symptom tracker, hybrid learning, and random testing. With rising cases across Florida and spring semester fast approaching New College will have to continue its efforts.
Read how the campus has fared below.
Late night at Caples
In the spirit of Halloween, Catalyst staff writer, June Snell, illustrated students' ghost stories on-campus. New College at night, with it's ghastly shadows and dark corners, can leave a lot up to imagination, but with reported ghost sightings around campus, maybe reality is stranger than fiction.
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RT @vdeanfla: @StephenKing Check out this graphic. This disaster has been brewing for decades. https://t.co/pNd6ZSfTNWRead More
An indoor dinner with a presidential candidate was already controversial. Then they took off their masks.Read More
NCSA Pres. Sofia Lombardi is testifying against SB 86 today at 12:30. The bill would cut Bright Futures scholarships for students enrolled in programs that don't "directly lead to employment." Check back at this link later for a link to the livestream:Read More
Amid widespread budget shortfalls, why did New College give Metz $180,000 in December? The recent initiatives unveiled to improve hours and food variety reveal only part of a broader story about meal plans, contracts and commissions.Read More
After sunset on Nov. 17, the crescent moon rose over the Ringling museum. Students of the New College class, “Worlds of Wonder: A History of Museums,” gathered by the east facade waiting for a behind the scenes tour of the art museum. via @ncfcatalystRead More
Governor Ron DeSantis recently proposed an amendment to Florida’s “stand-your-ground” law which would include criminal activity that interferes with business operations as a justification for the use of lethal force in self-defense. via @ncfcatalystRead More
The library is continuing to search for a new Director of Educational Technology Services. Reliance on virtual means due to COVID-19 and the need to modernize feature heavily in the discussions surrounding who might fill the position. via @ncfcatalystRead More
On Nov. 16, Peru swore in their third president in the span of a week. Following Martín Vizcarra's impeachment on Nov. 9 and Manuel Merino's resignation on Nov. 15, Francisco Sagasti will have to stabilize a country in political turmoil. via @ncfcatalystRead More